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Arthur C. Clarke Award
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justifiedsinner
Posted 2015-05-06 2:32 PM (#10460)
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Emily Mandel's Station Eleven wins the prize.
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Posted 2015-05-06 7:52 PM (#10462 - in reply to #10460)
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Clarke Award has been updated. Blog post coming soon. 
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Posted 2015-05-07 9:19 AM (#10467 - in reply to #10460)
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I've been wanting to read this. Now I've got an excuse.
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Posted 2015-05-07 11:18 AM (#10468 - in reply to #10460)
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It just moved up my May TBR pile.
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Posted 2015-05-07 11:52 AM (#10469 - in reply to #10468)
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I read it last month. It's excellent. I haven't read any of the other nominees but I do have Europe in Autumn on my TBR pile.
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Posted 2015-05-07 5:59 PM (#10471 - in reply to #10460)
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I really enjoyed Europe in Autumn. It was my pick for winner. Station Eleven was okay, but Europe in Autumn managed to surprise me and leave me intrigued. I need a sequel to that one now.
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